Toddler Town

Toddler Town Philosophy

Toddler Town Philosophy

At Toddler Town Infant Nursery and Preschool, we Believe...

That the development of young children is largely influenced by the degree of intellectual, physical, emotional and social stimulation in their environment.

That children learn through play, exploration, hands on observation and through positive feedback from the adults who influence them, primarily their teachers and parents.

That in a safe, happy, clean, organized atmosphere, children learn at their own pace from everything they see, hear, touch, taste and smell.

That unhurried, non threatening, non competitive, non judgemental learning experience, and positive rewards are the most effective methods for the growth and development of young children.

That learning cannot be forced and that the comparison of individual children to a “standard of normalcy” is non productive except to detect genetic or acquired abnormalities or defects that may require special education.

That the process, rather than the product, should be emphasized, resulting in a sense of accomplishment and pride

That the child who experiences “success” will see himself or herself as capable and competent and such enhanced self esteem increases the desire to learn.